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Mood lighting on an airplane
Mood lighting is igniting or illumination, designed to create a temporary state of mind or feeling.
Effects of lighting on humans
Field studies have shown in office settings that blue-enriched lighting over the course of several weeks can lead to improved alertness, performance, and sleep quality in comparison to lighting with a lower color temperature.
Effects of indoor lighting
Indoor lighting can have a variety of effects on Human subjects living within an artificial indoor environment. A study with ninety-six subjects, ages ranging from 18 to 55, were examined on how a variety of lighting could impact their mood and cognition. Subjects showed higher problem-solving abilities for females in a warm vs cool white light source. The opposite result showed for the male subjects
Types of mood lighting
Mood lighting can come in several variations ranging from ambient, natural, or artificial lighting.
Green Mood Lighting
Red Mood Lighting
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